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LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.


Fifth Series,
Volume XIX.
No. 1733. — September 1, 1877. From Beginning
Vol. CXXXIV.

CONTENTS.
I. Venice Defended, Edinburgh Review, 515
II. Green Pastures and Piccadilly. By William Black. Part XXVI., Harper's Bazar, 533
III. Life and Times of Thomas Becket. By James Anthony Froude. Part III., Nineteenth Century, 540
IV. Carita. By Mrs. Oliphant, author of "Chronicles of Carlingford," "Zaidee," etc.Conclusion, Cornhill Magazine, 543
V. A Scottish "Elia", Macmillan's Magazine, 561
VI. King John of Ethiopia, Spectator, 570
VII. An Obsolete Virtue, Examiner, 574
VIII. About Bees, Ladies' Treasury, 576
POETRY.
Regained, 514  Sonnet, 514
Died Happy, 514 To the Empress of India, 514
 
 

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